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Mudslide Blocks Main Road Throught Santa Cruz MountainsAmid non-stop rain Wednesday, a massive mudslide has closed a portion of a busy road in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Highway 35.
Four Injured In San Jose Condominium FireFirefighters in San Jose on Wednesday evening battled a fire at a condominium complex off Florence Avenue not far from 680 and Alum Rock Avenue.
Storm Contributes To Miserable Evening CommuteA potent blast of wet weather took aim at the Bay Area’s evening commute, bringing with a threat of water-covered roadways, heavy downpours and gusty winds, forecasters said.
Legislation Aims To Block Chinese Bikeshare Company's SF LaunchSupervisor Aaron Peskin Wednesay joined with the mayor's office in announcing legislation seeking to block a Chinese stationless bike-sharing company from launching in San Francisco without permits.
Berkeley Police Interrupt Sexual Assault In ProgressBerkeley police stopped a sexual assault in progress early on Tuesday morning and arrested the suspect, police said.
Rockslide Danger Closes O'Shaughnessy Boulevard In San FranciscoThe threat of rockslides on O'Shaughnessy Boulevard in San Francisco Wednesday due to the latest storm system required San Francisco Public Works to temporarily close the road.
Study Details Facebook's Growth As Campaign News SourceFacebook was the top non-television source for election news cited by supporters of both candidates, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center.
Stowaway Raccoons Find Home At Oakland ZooA group of stowaway baby raccoons are calling the Oakland Zoo home while a search for a permanent residence is underway, according to zoo officials.
Netflix's Shrinking DVD Service Faces Uncertain FutureNetflix's video streaming service is booming while its steadily shrinking DVD-by-mail business has turned into an afterthought.
Bay Area Lawmaker Wants Russian Election Influence Claims In TextbooksA lawmaker from the North Bay is introducing a bill that would require information about claims of Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election to be placed in textbooks.
Benefit Show Raises Funds For Injured Tower Of Power MembersAs two members of the Oakland-based R&B band Tower of Power continue to recover at a hospital, a benefit concert was held Tuesday night at the same Oakland jazz venue where they were scheduled to play just before being hit by a train while crossing the street last week.
Man, Woman Killed In Crash Outside Morgan Hill IdentifiedA man and woman who were both killed Tuesday afternoon when their cars collided outside Morgan Hill have been identified, California Highway Patrol officers said.

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